Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry Shares His Advice On How To Spot A Fraudulent Psychic

Any sort of psychic, but especially television psychics, are constantly accused of being scammers and deceivers, this is no secret.

There is however, a trick that can tell you who is the real deal and who is just trying to take your money, according to Hollywood medium Tyler Henry.

Henry did an interview with Digital Spy and in it he said:

“No one legitimate is going to say something that is going to frighten the person in front of them. That is not the goal of someone that is truly connected to what I believe to be the source.”

“It’s important that you have a validating experience [when going to see a psychic]. The information that comes through for me, comes with the goal of helping the person in front of me. Telling the person something like they are going to die is not helpful unless it can be prevented,” he also said.

“A good way to tell if a psychic is authentic is, if they are going to verbalize these things, it shold be with the intention of helping the person,” he added.

Henry has given about 125 readings on camera in his span as a psychic. He says that all five of his senses are involved when he communicates with the other side and that the result is what he considers his sixth sense.

The young psychic told Digital Spy that he never knew he was blessed with psychic gifts until the age of eleven when he foresaw his grandmother passing away. He revealed his premonition to his mom and the phone rang about five minutes after that to advise them that his grandmother had indeed passed away.

“I would say the nature of what I do can be very overwhelming and some things revolve around things that are not positive,” Henry says. “But I cannot allow fear to dictate my readings. If I allowed fear to dictate my life, I would not be productive.”

“Ultimately I look at the long-term goal of communicating messages. Although I’ve seen some traumatic things, delivering messages of comfort and closure allow for a sense of peace.”

Even though Tyler has years of experience under his belt, as well as being trusted for their readings by several very well-known celebrities, Kardashians included, he admits that he still experiences a lot of skepticism.

Jersey Shore star JWoww was on his show called Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry and during filming, she tried to “catch him lying” by giving him an object and lying to him about it having belonged to someone that had passed away who was very close to her.

“That was quite an experience- she came to me as a complete non-believer,” Tyler says while laughing. “But when the person came through, [I knew] he wasn’t connected to her and I acknowledged that in the reading. I said, ‘He isn’t here for you’. You’ll have to watch the show to see what happened next!”

“She admitted afterwards that she had tried to trick me. I don’t love it when that kind of thing happens but I understand there are people who take that mentality. I like to give people life-changing experiences and turn skeptics into believers.”

Tyler fully embraced his psychic abilities at the young age of 16 and began giving readings from then on. He admits that he has come across several scamming psychics in his field and states that they make it harder for people like him, who have an authentic gift.

“This is why I put such an emphasis on validation and make sure people have experiences where they can validate the information coming through, my goal in doing my show is to redefine what a medium is.”


Angela Moore started Psychic Review Online in 2008. After being ripped off and deceived by a mother/daughter team and then having her life completely turned around by a real Psychic, she has dedicated herself to helping people avoid fake Psychics. Angela provides tips, reviews, ratings and more on her website Psychic Review Online


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    Donna Cuffari January 17, 2018

    Hello Angela
    I suppose it was a coincidence but I was looking at your site due to my receiving so many offers from Psycic’s and stopped to get my mail. The first envelope I opened said “private enclosure” and was from none other than an Angela Moore Psycic from New Hope Emporium. Just had to relay that to you!
    Also, your site is informative and I’m glad I found it! What my life has become over the course of the last 7+ Years is nothing short if a nightmare. As I have my good days when I don’t give up for the umpteenth time I intend to take your advise when continuing my search for someone who will truly help me.
    Maybe opening this letter was a good sign..
    Be well

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      Angela January 19, 2018

      Hi Donna,

      I’m glad that you found my site! I am NOT Angela Moore from New Hope Emporium however. She and I just happen to have the same name, but I’m so glad it led you to my site instead of hers! Best Wishes Donna!


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